Soggettività e intersoggettività nella filosofia classica tedesca

Author/s Walter Jaeschke
Publishing Year 2001 Issue 2001/10 Language Italian
Pages 16 P. File size 50 KB
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In the modern history of philosophy it is a common place to represent Classical German Philosophy - from Kant to Hegel - as a philosophy of subjectivity - and to criticize it precisely for that reason. This characteristic, it is true, meets one important point of that philosophy; it ignores, however, (1) the contemporary criticism of a philosophy of subjectivity (Jacobi, Feuerbach), (2) that for the first time Classical German Philosophy conceives of a concept of intersubjectivity (Fichte). and (3) the concept of spirit, which transcends the concept of intersubjectivity.

Walter Jaeschke, Soggettività e intersoggettività nella filosofia classica tedesca in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 10/2001, pp , DOI: